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The lawsuit, filed against Google by Arizona's Attorney General, alleges that the tech giant uses “deceptive and unfair conduct” to obtain users’ location data.
a malicious app installed on a device can hide behind legitimate apps.
A new Android trojan targets banking customers with overlay attacks to steal their bank credentials and ultimately take over their accounts.
The popular video-sharing apps’s use of HTTP to download media content instead of a secure protocol could lead to the spread of misinformation on the platform.
New research found that almost half of companies had malware on their corporate-associated home networks - in comparison to malware being found on only 13 percent of corporate networks.
Ultimately delivering the Triada payload, xHelper goes to great lengths to become virtually indestructible once installed on a smartphone.
Android apps launched for citizens in Iran, Colombia and Italy offer cyberattackers new attack vectors.
The ad-fraud malware lurks in dozens of childrens' and utilities apps.
An exploit published by a developer is easy to use and has already been used to build malicious apps that gain root access on Android devices.
An automated Google warning to Android app developers regarding mobile app permissions has cut the number of requests in half.